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Data Guard Physical Standby Step

Data Guard Physical Standby Step

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Creating a Data Guard Physical Standby environment, General Review.
Manually setting up a Physical standby database is a simple task when all prerequisites and setup steps are carefully met and executed.In this example I did use 2 hosts, that host a RAC database. All RAC preinstall requisites are then in place and no additional configuration wasnecessary to implement Data Guard Physical Standby manually. Note that using Enterprise Manager Grid Control Data Guard Physical Standbycan be implemented from the Grid Control Console easily. Still, this exercise provide a degree of familiarity with Data Guard.
The Enviroment 
2 Linux servers, Oracle Distribution 2.6.9-55 EL i686 i386 GNU/LinuxOracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.1.0ssh is configured for user oracle on both nodesOracle Home is on identical path on both nodes
Implementation notes: 
Once you have your primary database up and running these are the steps to follow:1.
 
Enable Forced Logging2.
 
Create a Password File3.
 
Configure a Standby Redo Log4.
 
Enable Archiving5.
 
Set Primary Database Initialization ParametersHaving followed these steps to implement the Physical Standby you need to follow these steps:
 
 1.
 
Create a Control File for the Standby Database2.
 
Backup the Primary Database and transfer a copy to the Standby node.3.
 
Prepare an Initialization Parameter File for the Standby Database4.
 
Configure the listener and tnsnames to support the database on both nodes5.
 
Set Up the Environment to Support the Standby Database on the standby node.6.
 
Start the Physical Standby Database7.
 
Verify the Physical Standby Database Is Performing Properly
Step by Step Implementation of a Physical Standby Environment
Primary Database Steps Primary Database General View 
SQL> select name from v$database;NAME---------WHITEOWLSQL> select file_name from dba_data_files;FILE_NAME--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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